Charlotte Kavanagh
Actor, Dancer
“Powerful and playful, Charlotte brings formidable commitment to her work. A delight to work with.”
– Alison Araya

Charlotte Kavanagh has always had a passion for the stage and performing arts. Growing up in the greater Vancouver area, Charlotte was exposed to many styles of dance at her home studio Spiral Dance Co. in White Rock, B.C. From the age of 10, she trained in jazz, ballet, hip hop, tap and contemporary/modern.

As a teen she moved into the professional modelling world. Charlotte’s Scandinavian background lead her to many jobs in Vancouver and Asia, and helped cultivate a dedication and a skill set useful in the professional dance and acting world.  She then moved on to making her professional dance dream a reality starting in Harbour Dance Centre’s Pre-Professional Intensive Training Program (ITP), Kill The Lights (KTL) and Aviary.

Some of Charlotte’s exciting dance film credits include dancing on the Disney movie Descendants 2 choreographed by Tony Testa and directed by Kenny Ortega, Lifetime TV’s Death of a Vegas Show Girl choreographed by Paul Becker, and CW’s Riverdale, in a special musical episode choreographed by Heather Laura Gray.  Charlotte also loves performing on stage, and recently joined the cast of The Smoke Show with creative director Jen Oleksiuk, Vancouver’s Main Event, as well as on the Vogue stage in Vancouver with comedian Hannibal Buress.

Currently Charlotte is focused on acting, training with AMAW, and Alison Araya.  Credits include Once Upon A Time (Ralph Hemecker), Lifetime’s The Girl in the Bathtub (Karen Moncrieff), and most recently DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (David Geddes). She has also had great success in commercials, appearing in national spots for Hyundai, Jarred Jewelry, Live Links, and SweetTarts.

Charlotte looks forward to what the future will bring her and continues to explore the endless opportunities to grow in acting and dance and looks forward to seeing where her other hobbies of singing and playing the guitar will flourish into her work.